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PUBLIC 




LEDGER 



*HKKI.y KRFVtlTOAN-Mt 



MAYSVILLB, KY., I UESDAY, OC I OHEIf L5, 1912. 



ONE COPY— ONE CENT. 




A DEAR OWL 
I love for you in more ." he aaid, 
Than any tonitue could ulter; 
Io f»ot, ! may with candor siy 

You're worth your weight in butter.' 

"I love you, little one." he said— 
''Yea, lore you like the dickens; 

To me you are more dear, by far, 
Thao e'en a ooop of chickens." 



"Now in] the time to buy your winter 
See Dryden, Limestone Btreet. 

Turtle aoup tonight at 7 o'clock. 

FHANK KlTKl.'S 9AIX10N. 

, laofSttlataMBl 

Mr. and lira. Hall Strode of East Second 
atreet are borne from a moat deliuhtful trip to 
Waehingtoo City. New York. Niagara Falls. 
Canada and other pointa of Interest. While 
Id New York they were fortunate in meet inn 
Dr. Vsgnua T. Hopper and Dr. W. F. Honan, 
BX-Mayavillianii, both of whom extended cour- 
tage* in showing them over the city. They 
alao witnessed the great naval dieplay on the 
Hudaoo river. 




LET UNCLE SAM 
GIVE YOU THE FACTS 

Government reports show the sternly 
output o( coal during the Inst lew 
years hits made the dealers push for 
wider markets, We are goinn to get 
more trade — your trade— by |i*ID| 
you a greater value lor your money. 
You will never get out ol debt uuless 
you buy wisely. 

MAYSVILLE COAL CO. 

PIIONR I IK. 



**- When needing dental work call on Oartml 



Wanted ! 

young Aadif for Office Assistant 
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO., 



CMOS M Itl'IVr. NFAK SECOND. 



In the Market For a 

WHEAT DRILL 

Then Our "New Peoria" Js What You Want 

It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled 
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, stasrgnrci 
spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear 
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging. 
• direct pressure in icar of disc; a feature we claim will make 
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain 
and where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center 
of drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let 
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with the 
names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature ol our drill 
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all 
other drills on the market is the ' Peoria Disc Shoe." You 
won't find the disc shoe ou any other press drill on earth, the 
Peoria people have that leature cinched and they are going to 
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more 
wheat to the acre alter this drill than any other with the s unt 
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the 
•'New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill." 

We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of 
Fine Baling Wire 

Mike Brown 

THE SQUARE DEAL MAN 



^ews of 
5fe Courts 



POUM cot itT. 

la Police Court yeaterday afternoon the 
following Hue* were asaeaaad— 

Mania Green, gambling, |26.5ft 

Wheeler Lawii, gambling $2.1.50. 

Jaaa Holton. (rambling. $25.50. 

H«nry Barry, dealing a ride on a train, 
115 60. 

Ed. Tbrockmeyar. atealing a tide on a train, 
116.50. 

John Burger, atealing a rid* on a train. 
115.50. 

. COUNT* OOVtt. 

A paper bearing date of September 1- b, 
1912, and purporting to be the Uat will and 
of Loaia Hotxe, deceased, waa pru- 
la Couaty Court yesterday filed and 
•roves by the testimony of J. U. Collina and 
Ethel Oweaa and admitted to probate. Anaa 
L. Holx-, named la tba will by decedent aa 
Execstrli, qualified aa each without auretjr aa 
reqeeated la will. 



Mr. Jamea B. Ball \» here from BwlttgtM, 
W. Va.. Waiting bia family. 

lire, ti W. Wheeler of Weal Second atreet. 
who la convaleeciog from a protracted and 
aerioua lllneaa, waa able to coma down ataira 
and eat ber dinner in the family dining-room 
yeaterday. 

SENATOR BRADLEY 



To Speak at Georgetown, 0., 
Tomorrow Afternoon 



Senator William O. Bradley of Ken- 
tucky will speak for the MapobUctll 
ticket at Georgetown, Ohio, tomorrow, 
Wednesday, afternoon. 

Any one desiring to go from Mays- 
ville to hear the Senator cuu no down 
on the accommodation, returning 
home bu the 8:15 train. 

Aa Georgetown is a Democratic 
town the Senator will tire some hot 
shot into the Wilson-Koosevelt ranks. 



OLIVES OF ALL KINDS! 

a> 

Prices range from 10c a bottle up. Our Olive trade is one of our 
bobbies. Coma in and let ua show you the biggest, beat lot you ever auw, 

Cider Vinegar 

GfclSEL & 



Price on NEW GOODS 



Red Salmon 1 5c 

Pink Salmon 10c 

Asparagus Tips 25c 

One Pound Tall Can Asparagus Tips 15c 

(~\m lofAPC Pre*h from Baltimore lor Thursday, Friday 
V^yMClO and Saturday this week. 

The Quality Grocer. I PARI TCU 

Masonic Temple Bldg. J* V->« V^rVDLlon 



For Repairing Your Roof 

Oft our Poplar Slitnirl* 1 . prlrefS prr Ihniianiid, or <>tir OyatsaS WllnatlS). BfkM M H twr 

••>>•<■ ItvMwaBta Obwao a ltlea ronf va have n loloa.va afSBsg fat the Na< 

lioaal Robber Sad IBS Nnticnal Sniirt Surfac I*rl<- * per *i|iinri- f.ir the Babbwr, |-aly 
• I. 10. * ply 11.15. Spiv 11.75; th* Sitml s-irf , •.. I ply t-l !«». J ply »|.t5. 3 ply SI.IG. 
Tills la tlii 1 belt I'oinpntltlnu roof wo lmv«- MSB SB IrM iimrket. 

FOR PLANING MILL WORK 

limp' r.t our »trn»k mid vou will I>*avu your unl r. 

THE Ma SON LUMBER CO. 

lnp.»rpor»t»(1. 

Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519. 
Agents (or Peering Machinery. Mavsville, Hy. 

A. A. MotjAVQHLIN, ft. N RKN AX. 



The t.adiea' Aid Society of the Third |etreet 
II. K. Church will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, 
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Church. 
Every member urged to be present, matters of 
importance will be diacuaaed. 

Whs. W. F. Thomas, President. 

Mrs. ). II. Uichardson, Secretary. 

Mr \V. H. Irvine of North Carolina, who, 

for three year* haa ao aucceaefully supsrviaed 

the J. P. Taylor tobicco interests in Kentucky, 

came down (mm Lexington for a week-end 

visit and waa moat cordially welcomed by hia 

Mayxvillo frienda. Thia gentleman " f d'<=- 

.inguinhed preaence ar.d courtly manner waa 

a prima favorite during hia twelve montha' 

reaidence here. 

» B) ■ 

Come and See Me 

Having become aole owner of the William 
Mitchell aalonn, I take thia method of inform- 
ing my frienda and tho general public that I 
am prepared lo give them the b9*t of service. 
I handle only pure I quore, wine, beer and 
cigara. Uiv> me a call, 
eod QMMM FMOUfM 

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LEADING RETAILERS, 
MARKET STREET. 



Disciples Gathering 

Lonsvii.i.K. Ky., October 14th. -PIsrs were 
perfected today fur the entertainment of del- 
egates to the International cot.yentiiB of the 
Dieciplea of Chriat, which hegina tomorrow. 
An attendance, of between 80 and 10,(XX) is 
eip-'Cted, including delegutes from Canada, 
Auatralia, Honolulu. Africa. Thibet and 
Japan. 



Letting Operators Go 

Owing to the ejtabliehmeot of an automatic 
aignal ayatem on the Cincinnati division of ths 
C. & 0., the tower at AugaHs has been 
abandoned and but one opsrator ia employed, 
inatead of three aa heretofore. Thero ia now 
no telegraph offico for regular railroad work 
between llroahenn and Ilradford, a diatance 
o' t»rtntj three nnl-a. 



t/ing t/ang Jea 



The very himheet §rnde of Gunpowder Ten 
of i the mm- 1; it. 

POlsXD CANS .... OOe 

HALF POUND CANS . . 

O I I It Tl.lt ro I V It i .4 v.s . ;.-,<• 

'Big Drugstore With 

the Little PriQQ^ \ 



M. F. WILLIAMS ft CO. 



UNION MADE 
HAND MADE 
BEST MADE 



boldest 6lory 

<•ui.uitior.si. » m>oif 



POWER & DAULTON 
CIGAR CO. 

— Maaaaa — 

H A YS V I L.I.K. KY. 



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i3D. HEOHINGER Sc CO. 




WEATHER REPORT 



PAIR TODAY AND TOMORBOW. 

B ■ 

Dr. W. C. Patton, HaytvluVl colored physi- 
cian, now attenda to hia practice in hii owa 
aoto. 



Bull Mooser Orates 

Ltat night ut tho Court-hou<o a big crowd 
waa nut to hear H m. II. t. Aoten of l.ittlo 
R >cV, Ark., a piil SBBBltT, who orated for 
RtMavslt. II e wi.i it.troducid by Attorney 
A I). Mile and aaid h* mala a atrong 
talk. Th>ro were about 30 colored moo in the 
aadlSBOt, but Aut»-n never even recognir.^d 
them by aaving a word in behalf of the colored 
vote. 



ROOSEVELT SHOT 



Crazy Crank Fires Bullet 
Into Breast of Ex- 
President 



The raising of the frame work fur the new 

Homo TSBBCOO Wi.r.'hourfo began thix morning. 



S:re,t CtUamUilosBf Hen i'mith haa finiahed 
the BoMtala VtJh ahofo the new atepj in 
V. real uveru '. NoV l( UaVOf LSB will give 
na anm« liithta up frABj the I,. & N. Depot to 
the .tepi we ctri all faro belter in the bad 
weather thit'a aaajllg, 

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OUR F.NTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913 

FALL STOCK 

In now ready for your innpection. All we desire to say in this "Ad." in, vn> have provided for tho needs 
ol (he multitiide. Splendid Weitring Suits for the t'L'onnmical, f7..*>ti to $10. For (hp more lavish dresser, 
an •setlleol line of Suita, I'ure Worsted, Blue Series included, |13 to $15. Fur the younj; and would stira/ 
voang m»n an elegant line of Huita, comprising the newest colorings and (altrics made in hjulish. Henri- 
KiikIis.Ii and Norfolk models, $18 to r -.'>>. 

Our College Braud (Mothes are the acme of the highest art prnductions— $22. 50 to $28.50. 

Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in Hip latest shapes and colors. 

Try on an Kanle Cap; they are very chic and will lie very popular. 

"B'ivs School Suits at Hi if reduction." 



HECHINGER & CO. 



Maysville's Leading Clothing and 
Shoe Shop. 



The gage mark* I 9 and failing. 

• • • 

Uu-iueaa very g oj. 

• • • 

Greenland up tuni^ht for Pomeroy aud 
'ir.'. r mob I i«n for Cincinnati. 



Exoneration Day 

Judge W. II. Riot baa designated Thursday, 
October Slat to hear complaints in regard to 
MTOMOM tat a^aessments 



'Smoke Maaoninn and I, a Tnaca, 5 cents 



Yeaterday Colonel and Mrs. B. W. Coodman 
f Weet Third atreet celebrated their twenty- 
Thoso who have j aecond marriage anniversary. May they live 
grievances to he adjua'ted will call at the to aee many returns of tho day, and thu choic- 
County Judge's ollice on above date. | eat blessings hfl their's unto the end. 



Are You Lucky? 

Tho second drawing for parts of the $50 
prize given away by tho ObM theater took 
place last evening. The lucky nu-nbers 

are — % 
No. 00988— First prize. 
No. OOH'J-Second prize. 



Manuscript in Pocket Proba- 
bly Saved Life of the 
Strenuous One 



Unfortunate Denouement of Bull 
Moose Camuaiyn Occurs 
at Milwaukee 



Phone 43. 




Milw.u KIK| Wit., Odolicr llth.— 
Col. Theodure K >..-cvi It wis uhot and 
■lightly w ninded lonight by John 
Srhr.mk ol New Vnrk as he was Itav- 
i n 14 the K i I put rick Hotel in an tiutu- 
m ihile fur the Audilorium to make a 
spetch. The wound was superlicial 
and the Colonel went on to the hall 
and [lirgan his speech alter he had 
seen his assailant arrested and taken 
to the police station. 

Henry H. Cochcm seized the man 
and held him until prlicemen came 
up. A moli surged around the pris- 
oner, who apparently is mentally up- 
set od the subject uf Koosevelt run- 
ning for another ter::i as 1'rcsideut. 
The man, who is small of stature, ad- 
mitted firing the shot and said that 
"any man looking fur a third term 
ouRht to be shot." 

In notes found in the mau'a pocket 
at the police stutioii wern statements 
that the man had been visited in a 
dream by the spirit ol William Mc- 
Kinley, who had said, indicating Col. 
Kooacvclf, "this is my murderer, 
avenge my death." 

In spite of the entreaties of physi- 
cians, Col. Koosevelt insisted upon de- 
liverinK his address. 

"1 will make this spee:h or die, 
one or the other." he said. 

Col. Koosevelt'a life probably was 
saved by a manuscript of the speech 
which he delivered touight. The bul- 
let struck the mauuscript, which re- 
tarded its force ai it paaaed through 
into the fleab. His uaailant waa pre- 
vented from firing a aecond ahot hy 
rt K. Martin, one of Col. Kooie- 
two y'cretuiea. 



Splendid Collection 

—OF— 

Women's COATS 

Unequalett we are told by many visitors in 
variety and in smartness ot fabrics and cut. Beauti- 
ful weaves of boucle, zibeline, chinchilla, tweed, 
cheviot and double faced cloth. 

!|iti.«»S to $25. 


breaks the wide selection now possible. Velvet, fur 
cloth, cheviot, corduroy and chinchilla. Sizes 2 to 
1 2 years. 

Prices $2.50 lo $12 50 


N vy Blue Dress Fabrics 

We always keep a wide variety of navy 
blue fabrics and have just received new shipments 
of some very good shades in cheviot, whipcord, 
eponge, serge and diagonal. 

Our Special $1 Serge 

e\ inches wide is woven with a double warp. 
Much better than any we know of at the price. | 
Spot proof and shrunk. 


Children's Coats 

Wise mothers will choose before cold weather 




1852 HUI 


STT'S 



Baelgl AnJt-a lUllcy Duller, V. t, N.. waa 
BftwltB in thi IIuIko.t rivxr . s 'uoJ;iy while r* 
turnirc »i:h tliro • fellow oflicera to hia poat 
oa the battlffhip Kb >iJe Ulaml In the line uf 
the Aiiiii.l AmmJa at anchor there for 
Preaidentiul r»ti w. 



Second V. E. Church, South 

Second M. B, Church, South, Kev. J. \V. 
MaptMi text "Now ALideth Faith," First Cor. 
18*18. Church well filled. SermoB excel- 
lent and waa tilled with helpful truths. Sing- 
ing exceptionally gaaj. 



Galbreath Starts Defense 

At Cincinnati, a motion to i]ua.h t h>« in Met- 
ment ntr iinal K. E. ilalbreath, former I'reni- 
dent uf the Second National Itiiiik waa ft I d in 
th« I'nited States District "ourt, 'ate Saturday 
by Attorneys sillier Outcali and liiuamore and 
Moll. 




\ Globe Stamps! 



Coil you i. >!, I..-, hut 
tirlnir vou tola uf tMautl- 
ful glfta. 

GLOBE STAMP CO 




•SHOE 

Queen Louise in her day couldu l $3.50 
purchase footwear at any price 
eaual in style and comfort to 
what you can get here today in $5.00 
this famous shoe named after her 

MERZ BROS. 

Exclusive Agents 



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THE PUBLIC LEDGER 



UAiLr— txrirr eoaoaf, return or IOI.T, th*»k*..h im. 

«M> CIIHI«T»A«. 




A. F. C U R K A N , - - - 
No. 43. 



Loo»l ami I."' • 
Utatanow Telephone 



■ - Editor and Publisher. 

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W. H. Taft. J. 8. Sherman 

REPl H LI CAN TICKET, 

roN PRRBfnnn, 
WILLIAM HOWAKDJJTAFT, 

rot: vii'K PUSfltDKNT, 
JAMES P, BHEKMAK, 

|mi: COXMRKRS) 
HON. HARRY BAILEY. 

The third'terni enndidnte is nol often given 
to making "bad breaks" from tbe pint form, 
bat onoe in \\ white Ik; forgets bimielf in his 
intatiable egotism. Addressing an audience in 
tlio West that contained quite a number of 
Civil and Spanish arar veterans, be shouted: 

"I was in that war (in Cuba) myself, and (re- 

gretfnllj ) it was the only war we ever had." 
Prof. Nathaniel Smith, of Cornell Univer* 

sit y, has come to the front with a eold wave 

prediction thai is really alarming to those who 

cherish hopes that the promises of eternal 

youth elixirs will materialise in the nearftituie. 
For Prof, Smith is authority foi tbe declara- 
' tion that a new fee Age is coming, and that 

'•the human race will have to use all its know* 
ledge in another fight for Its life against the 

encroaching ice/] 

FORMER GRANGEWIASTER SPEAKS. 

The Hue. N, .1. Bachelder, former master 
of the National Gtauge and former governor 
of New Hampshire, has delivered an addreess 
to the fanners of the country on the import- 
ance to them of t'le re-election of President 
Taft. .Mr. dachelder said : 

"We farmers must lace th<9 fact that our 
country is now in a transition period, We are 
passing on from the condition of a country 
principally agricultural to that of a country 
principally industrial — that is, whose greatest 
Interests are in manufacturing, Of course, in 
a country where agricultural pursuits are the 
paramount factors, the people engaged in 

such pursuits can have things very much 
their own vvav. I>"' when the manufacturing 
aud Otbei occupations incident to city life 
become vaster and more influential than the 
agricultural pursuit-, then the agricultural 
classes become less powerful and less ablest 0 

protect Ihemaelves akainsl iujusticH,and in 
the economic readjustments of the period are 
iu danger of serious los-es an 1 disturbances 
"Having iu mind all the circumstances of 
the nomination ami the platforms aud records 
of the candidates and the sitnatioil of our agri- 
cultural population. I am profoundly impress* 
"•t^l with whal icems[to me the urgent necessity 
of supporting President Taft in his campaign 
for re-election. We know exactly where he 
stands aud the ground ho stands on is by all 
means the safest lor our welfare, and I believe 
it is also lor the welfare ef all the people iu 
the United S ales. Theieforo I cannot do 
otherwise than to appeal with all the force 
and influenco I hive to those who have at 
heart the preservation of our institutions and 
our choiihhed interests and pursuits to stand 
tii in against the effort now being made to des- 
troy tbe Uepublican party, and I appeal to 
them to give the lender of the parly, President 
Taft, anotbei term in tic. white house." 



PROTECTION AND THE AUTO INDUSTRY. 

In nn interview with an officer 0. the Splitdorf 

Magneto Co. of Newark N. .1.. hj a reporter 
for the Union Associated Press, it was stated: 
"We employ from tint) to |,800 men the 
\ ear around according to how luisy we are, 
ami our pay roll runs to si 2,U0t) weekly, so 

tbat the matter of protection is of much im- 
portance to US. 

"Already the foreign magnetos are sold 
here, despite the present dutj and if the tariff 
was removed they could l>" sold here far less 

than the actual cocl with our h igh-priced lalior. 

"We can, and do make as line magnetos in 
this country bo made any where and 

Ii lniii years WO uny one had pi 

protection should l»C given U' is an Important I dieted I bat ■ man twice honored by 

I thtl I.ipub.tcan parly With the nlSjheSt 

American industry, office on earth the nrc-aldone./ of tho 

''nil' 1 '! States would turn mi that 

••Prospects for next year s businoss are ex- 



Wi VICTROLAS 



^Y'hat wouldn't ymi (,'ivc to 00 al> to to ilUVc Me *l I [fSStOSl sin^prc 

and mnsiejani tn i ii k hikI play (or you whenever von wanted Iu btif them! 
Volt enn hear (hern whenever tnd as. often an yon winh with a Vlctfoll in your j 

borne | and you nm gat ons t f ihess eoedsrtal lastrumsnti from 



to $200. 

P. J. MURPHY, The .1 e weler 



wilscn's fVorr r.:> -.LLCINDCrt. 



The Oelf OeQrad.-'Ucin cf | POM cr Re- 
publican President. 

If ai the Ulna of l ie defeat or Bur* 
royne any one hail Foretold that Bene- 
dict Arnold four? ears later would Im<J 
a 1 1 roe of itritlah uiui 'fori eft to the 
niavsacrc or hid countrymen ai l"ort 
QriawoM, the predict Ion irould bats 
been met with the peati -t reaeatntsnt 

•nd Indignation, 



HE TURNS TO TRUSTS. 



cecdicirly i/ood 
be disl in bed. 11 



We hope conditions- will not 



A "CAROOLIC DOSE" FJR THE FARMERS 

If recipro ityor Free«Trado in sugnr*coated 
doses is nnpopulai what ought to he the stand 
against Pro 'Trade in carbolic doses? 1> 
Ivalh ( I i. I Re\ iew. 

The farmers had a rlghl to complain of a 

Jug handle scheme of bo called "reciprocity"' 



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iroduct: 



to scull a in a 



party nn<i aeek to rend n beoautv not 
; i\i n a third term, Mid would dfl U:« 

in i :iid recti) to • reel tin choice aud 
Hie representative of the aontbern 
bourbon democracy, that prediction 
would have R crated fully hs Incredible 
av hhi former. 

Tin third leon ca'.dlddte is ihe p«in« 
dfal Spellbinder tor Wood row VVIImoti 

llr knows in hi:. In alt anil ^m.-I thit 

Ihe mtlj sncceai poeelble for him 
aliould lo- mcceed v> mid tn- to detent 
Tnfl ami el •« t Wilaon, Bver) rote for 
Roosevelt is iinlinrtly a vol. for tho 
Democrat to nomlnfte, whoeo support* 
' ':■ .it UaUimors msde an open appeal 

fee Ms nomination OH the (TMind Ihftt 

h • wai ti native ol Virginia, nn itx-l'on- 
rci>«-r(>p Mali , ami not, ii!;< his rival, 
(Mump Clark, a native oi Mn vln's 

t 'at" < f Ki t. lucky. 

Pilled with anger sat-lasl President 
'ran, who lias merited by ahlo, (tilth- 
tul ami distinguished service tag nsu> 
a. need of Rcpubllran presidents, nn« 
i.e. r i< rm in tie' Wi lli' HTnu<rv, [tooso 
>■ ii parades up ami down, bare and 
I In 



an i ) lo ollgan hy. thai he tbi ik« may 

v.oi v.iov. and throwing to ih< wln*is 
I alike tonsl'teocy. decency tnd that 
I ri>verence which every Am.>ric 

should feel unit ex pre ss for the UtsU< 

tut Ions o!' our country, 
f Tliat tho aspirant n>r a third < iw 



Free-Trade market an 1 guying in a pro toe ud 
market, I'm' thai v., utJ bavi beeu a mild 
dose compared withe the "carbolic doso M the) 
would hq[ if all around free* hade, otherwise 
known as "a Tariff for-rovcnue-only'' should 
be administered by a Kreo«Trade administra- 
ticn and a hVee*Trade mnjority in botll bouses 

, , , . . . . * I will sink into richly merited oblivion 

of Congress. It the tanners are at all in douM u ■ ran b • r.n doubt ivbatever, lis 

i i i i i t I "•Ishl have mala mined la prlval i lit • 

BliOUt thi?-, let them look back and 160 what 1 lignlty and thi Influ- 

juices thi'y got fir thoir products in 1 >. 1 * 7 . 

when the IVce-Tradeis were in complete coil 

trol. Let them rea l Senator Smoot's "Ksc* 

change Value of! Farm Products," issued as 

document by 'Ihe American Protective 

Tariff League. Then they «ii! see whit i- 

I'bolie dose.'* 



Woochow Wilson LvaJc D c;usalon 
of the Tariff Question. 

II bj Ihe trust Usui-. WS air now fold 

by Wood row Wllgon, thai is para, 
mount in the campaign. Lasl areak it 
wan the tarM. What n win be neat 
at h titiH not yet been Indicated. 

in his speech ot acceptance tlov* r- 
nor Wilson smphaatted the fact thata 

pint form wnH not a program, TIio.hh 

wars words of wrlsdom. a program is 
sontetblns i<> be followed with - (.!.!•■ 

degree of Odeltty. A platform, in tli" 

lexicon ot the Democratic eandldate, 

Is a flexible thing, not to lie talo a tOO 
riously, hut to he bent und nltered 

to meet tin. demnadB of tin. moment 
a nice, adaptable platform is Rood 
enough for him 

in ail fairness and in all decency, 
however, Dr. Wlhmn siuuiit not he 

i ermitted to evade a dli cusslon <>f the 
Issue in' brought forward us tin. Im- 
portant one early in his campaign, imm 
campaign manager refused a chal- 
lenge for a Join! debate between '<'•• 
publican and Democratic speakers on 
the tariff, and the candidate might 
disclaim personal responsibility for 
that, hut certalnl) Dr, Wilson cannot 
nvoid responsibility for bis own 
words und his own arguments. The 
fuel that in- found hi; audiences to- 
tally t ut of sympathy with his free 

tra h' Views should not still Ma lOUgUO 

ii ti ■ fans ihe courage of his convic- 
tions and honestly believes the doc- 
trias which be preached, if he be s 
true leader of the anti-protectionists 
he win Justify his beliefs and oi In- 
Ions, 

. tar from doing this, however, he 



O-O TO THE 



Special prur- pal on Drenn fjoodli Silkl anil Velvet*.; also 

Corduroys. 

1 1 nor 2Bfl 'inc. 

W e have thr lINwool nc r(jo« now ho popular, in all fbatlea 19c; 

also the two-toned whipcords at the unheard of pries 5l9ci others 

ask 69C, 

Ibkuliful Silk^ 89c and 5!»c. 

Jnsl In by today's Rxpress, Ladks' and Children's Hats of 

many kinds. 

our Millinery Business has been larger than ever this Masea, 

lt« the linlit goods ll the tin'it prfrea. 

Ladits' .suit^ and Coatn, Rive tie « Irok and you will buy. 

The best quality SI lower prices than anywhere. 

Our Belts Hi without alteration, 



New York Store L s r 2 0 f* 



_ PHONE 571. 



. nd over) vlicro, profo. dnu any , 

.•. , !,*:, • i has clecti'd to evade, precisely as his 

i r. iclpic er ai l; of prlpclpli . from an 1 



in 



slonglns to his position as an 

ex-pit Nil at He lias sacrifli >d ih m 
all ir a Catlltnian ambition and (Its 



id dellbt rat. 



iudknneu 1 of t'm 



.nn ' it .in pi up 
iitiduiudaiiou 



,\iil pie il 



l.ii' 



meant 



a 



REPUBLICAN PROSPERITY HAGUE 

FACT BULLETIN SO 

ShooKI ibe besinesi interests ot' ti..: cooutry 
lie usi'd tis n football hy politician*! 

In 1901) ti nonpartiam tArifl lioarJ a'as 
created io investigate |>rudut*tion and wage 
ConditiiiiH ii! ovei tbe world for comparison 
w\ ii Aim i ieau condition*. 



managers evade, adequate discu lot 
it tin' aunjedl which means so much 

10 0V( ry individual In Ihe land. Ural 

aseaillug protection 'and nsakinfl state- 
meats that demonstrated ids lack <f 
knowledge of tin- facta, he shifted 
from that pi. itlon in one where in' was 
trylns to calm the fears of the Indus 
trial and commercial elements in the 

population aroused hy his initial ut- 
terances Out of nil IiIr mote or less 
vague talk on the subject only one 

■ ii erges clearly and distinctly 
• »hal i '. that he and his parly pfo> 




THE BUSINESS MEN- 
OI TODAY 



iwara of tht value ot tout SlSSSlagSS a 
lMMlni.fi Thej rraanl wall niad«, parfrct 

ii. i ' 1 . .1 nn .■.,..|it|»| at „ 

lil«f . ' ;i v»...i kept itor* or office. 

i n i. a I. I o ihn tailor who o*ii 
mofl mitlsfiti-iery aarineDtt'- 

in iw n . quetiton i>t doabtU feaalaaa 

■ ' wi :!. u,. g«n*mbei tliln it the ouly 
m • Iii In, t.<.. turn wtuT.' you cau buy Kd. V. 

Prkja'f in i >■ to aau I»ih»a. Sfe ttu. n«w 

hrownt w« are thowtof torlll i"»:2. they are 
I • ■- i U>r». Romemberwa n-utlr all our dry olean 
»..r< rrea of ebarKa in a woraaiaalUra i 



'I 

Ill l' 
'I'll.. 



C. F. McNAMARA, 

a , area! from asreet, May.vin.1, By. 



PURE LiqyoRS 

THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY, 

PrACIi BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN* THE 
WORLD AT PHICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 



, c ;alig'act.'"ou ; i\ arantuc-d or nton 



ry ri 



inded. Wo don'i 



piii i 



•alii 1 . \« 



on of he bandit rectiflfvt, Mended or compounded i^onda of any kni 



all th«. disaster, distn 



i> qurvl ty cjuiitp, ir purity is an obiect, if money- 



ng 

ii. R a and reji Icing In the h'.;-.- of 
profit from bis treachery bare only 

1 1 in s.- Tht ) aie dcil tbt-»d to a e him 

sboil hod sin vt rj .«••. . ti hrew t >-, •. m iu, 
i uiit up American Industry and main* 

uf 

natl i'. Bui ii. ii. v.- no • l imncta for 
the malice and tin- trench ry Hut are] 

lulu, i bis despei its adventure. Wheal Democratic house curtailed the tram 
titron Burr . self railed to Europe j invei>ijgatlng work of the department 

of ju t'ci' hy grantius only two-thirds 
cf ill.' sum needed lo carry on '1..- la- 
in pa i sapped ont. 



i 



and disturbance that surh a revision i5 ?..vinc means unyttnr.;f to you, wo should havo your trade 

entails Sclentifle revision on accur- 
ate Information is rejected by itlm 
and iii ; p.o iy. Political revision la j 
just whal t''.e people do not want, bui 

bot.'l i. nd!. hit.' and party are <:nii 

ird to it; hence, I heir desire to get j 

• 

i ai! meant let the trusts he <ii^-l 
eusacdi i"". but not in terms of gen*| 
eralities, itch as Ooveruor Wilaon in-, 
dulged -n before the Octnocrat o s , at«'» 
( nvtiiticn at Trenton last Tuesday. 
And v>i He discussing it Governor Wil- 
son lav' ' explain Whf !t was that the 



VM II n" PROMPUV fllUO. MISTER 



J r JST RE< 



r zD, A CARLOAD OF NEW 



I' 



i. hi ti sehcdulc In sho« 



, . , now poaseaaea them and realise alike 

inn. Ii taritiM oc t rutkTU*niauu mooda | ais monstrous riottemand their own 



i. Jul i. .: Ii 'in • iu i in- 



:.> -in- 



'J bis Immji 
jus: , im 

ci nilii I >e re cii 
factqte ai <1 bnnie n ago*, 

This i I'lieduTe was i ibiu tte 
Deiuocraiic conj(i ss for i' s i it rm on in 
fnuuio^ now t.'u !l laws, fn en uj asin^ the 
siiecitln data I bus given Ibeni, tbtt Demo'Tale 
disregardud ;iii I obstructed tbe work of (lie 
tariff board and made wfi ilesate an ! unju«ti< 
Red cuts in the tei iff ackt « 1 1 1 ' »*. 

Onl) Ibe vetoes of President Taft | ire vented 
ihete "revision*/' su ' it:i ' 1 1 Am »ritfan Indus* 
tries, wo uiieonsiderate <»i American busfuess, 
from t^oii'n i'* 1 " effect, 

SVoodrow Wilson favored and wou'd bave 
signed tbem* 

DON'T wash: youK vol i; om 

llOt WEVKLT, 
I In; real i*-u»j hi 
TAFT AND PROTECTION 
or 

Wil.so.N AM) FREE TRADE 

k 



rn- killing of Hamilton and 
t 'iltreason ot lii-i Uexicon expedb 
lion ;;ti Bngllahman desiring to visit 
ihn United Btatei a>^. I him for let. 
ten of Introduction, "i have no 
friends in America," answered the 
:«.i mar idol and n< .• popular * Ice pre • 
Idi nt, «i'ii an expression ot abjent 
loneliness that his visitor could never 
forget, tnd so il will he with tin. per< 
pt'lual candidate when Ida followers 
recover from the brief madness that 



uhi 11 BtlOU. 

A PERTINCNT QUESTION 



,>| Which the Third Ter-rser Did Not Care 

to Answer, 

a in .a attendiug a third b rm meeb 
as at Denvef r %aked thu third termer 
Ihe v ry pertinent question, "Would 
nm the it. publican party have 
m .iii right it it bad noraluoated 

;. on 

The third (ermer did nol reply, Me 
H'nph looked angry and want on dot* 

iiil in puliiK.it. . .. tiotnic and social- 

lauc ehap auey garnlahed with the 

usual sauce of epithets. It was, we es> 

peat, a very pertinent question. The 
Republican party ami Repuhlinau prin- 
ciples wee "ai enou [h for the third 

tenner until he found that tan party 

was not willi 111; to give him a third 

term. Then in- broke loose, ami be- 
gan gathering in every issue uud ah 
leged issue he could grab to make up 
ins era} quIII platform, lie has 

Bought, Willi the savtiee rune of a 
Malay running amuck, to destroy 

everybody and everythinn ohstmctiuK 
his mad onrush toward a seal he will 
paver ranch, in« Ingratitude to th* 
part) which honored Mm Immeasurably 
beyoaJ bJatdJaserta will bave fitting ra> 
vwnd iii tbe historic tato oi those who 
have sought to "rule or ruin." 



Iowa Timothy Seed! 

1. C. EVERETT & CO. 



Quality n: d 

Pi ic Right. 



V R. WILSON'S APOLOGY. 

Afriid to Publish What He Said About 
Union Labor and Immigrants. 

The ao celled \vi i-..i» defense bu- 
reau has Issued b h eg statement t.i 

tlio diect that Wood rOW Wilson's rub 

llkho.1 opinions in l • • - - hooka on the ab 
IcRi"! mfericriiy of lOuropian tint .1 
grants : 1 d American workingmen 
generally lo the rhineae and favon..| 
Cliln ,h immigration, etc., haVe hi ti 
"ml Inii 1 1 reted," 

Tner 1 is one ready and complete re> 
ply o ntlslnterpri tatton, and that Is 
to republish whai Wilson said to lei 
him speak for himself. This the WH 
sou defet se bureau of the Democratic 
11 -» 1 i -»:.-. 1 committee carefully refrains 
from doing, and neither Wilaon nor his 
apologiata, therefore, can blame Amor* 
lean worhingroen in general and Euro* 
p. an Immigrants in particular for eon* 
eluding that Wilson meant just whnt 
his language meanl when be ov 
pn ed bis hud opinion of trades 
unions and his preference for Chinese 
over BSurop ans. 



Dr. P. G. SMOOT £3 * ,N 0£ S THEWS 



Eye, Ear, Nose, 
Throat 

Chronic Diseases 



on 111: iioi RN 

•I to II II. 1,1. I lu 0 |>. III. 

si HttAYN 
11., a y aaim 1 emir. 



"all* 1. riral NMll*tMl Stall talMtita, 
'ium tiMt, stir. 

i. aal and Lose 1 Qflea No. MS, 

Hi. ini i'. I't,i n..» 1 li,. a iili.nce No. 127. 



W. POSTER, 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR. 



• 7 It l«l ->«ron.| *t|., 



1*1 A VH VII. I.E. R| 



Mora Work Than Workers. 

To tha Bdttpr of the World: 

i have read your papi r tor about Of- 



MISS Tt'KA Tt RMRR \* R-nocl.it.il in lb* 
DtBeS » Ith Or. Sim... i. 

Mlea Tuvnei If aaradpata aurta aad hai liad 
Mttaral )*af4 Udapiiail rxnerteaes in the uaa of 
UA1 It v MAM AOS .iud 
RLRtrrRICI I N 
POR TUS TRKATatBM tOt 
OHROM I ' PISRaSRS, 
vn 1 1- fail] prepeifed lor Mm w.rk. Asyeseda- 
iI'Iob Ml M-rvioef «iii tin.) bar hi Ur, Hmoot't 
. it..*.. \,i..'r.' >l,i. can lia in aeultad batejeta laa 
a ouff ••( h uiui li a, w sad t Is I p. in. Bundayi 
bi appola' men I inly. 



'PHOT. E SI. 




of Thi World 

READ PICTURES 
INSTEAD 
OF HPE 



200 fcoiEs Tell More 
Than 200 Columns 

Th • W< Id'a Best Each Month 



teen years and during tbat ti I have w „ Arv ogaring «>„ sute Pnr « few t 



C rii 




ANNAMAS lONTtST. 



I'eiim jn'a B/eelny, 

A niiiiii.il r once noticed a crowd ol grehloi slttSlorsd 
around a gOga 

"What are you .ioinjf, little tuys?" lie u>kcd with 
Utluily IntSVSSt. 

"tiwappiu 1 lies," volunteered one ol the OOfg, "The 
fellow that telle tlie bi^geet oue gets the Jog." 

"dbocBiiigl" exclaimed tbe mirVister. "An,, when I 
was your bru 1 never thought ol telling jan upU'iih.'- 

"You win," chorused the urcf 
yours, mister. " 




iringjin upuutn. 
arc ft. 

i 




always loiind it v,ry iiiucb on the 

level, tut fast now i don't agree with 
yon on Wilson. I am ti Republican. 

and have been for more than Bftet n 

veara, *.o i am for Taft always, I will 
answer why by taking up your ndvop. 
Using sheet of Buauar, Sept. y.i 
That's the gnawer, fan you or Mr. 

Wilson toll me, If ha Ir elected, wheth- 
er you will have more pages Of help 

wanted advertisements than you hud 

on that day? Blight pages of bolp 

wanted, mala ami female, ami a little 

t ao and one hall pukhk of situations 

wanted, male and fsmalel Don't you 
think that means something? Bust- 

noes must he good in this little city, 

will it be better If Wilson la elected f I 

I know it won't he m arly us good and 
you don't want to I now It. 

II c RODDER. 

New York, Oct 1. 

NOW York World (DOBS.) Oct g, 



lAtvsaa asse aiii a*—. » iC 

IgS 8. S.HERMAN, 




"Whenever we not desperately hard 
up i went hack to Perkins," aaid lona* 
tor Dixon in describing the raising of 

Pin.! . tor the third tttm inoveuiout. 

Very much of the movement gone buck 

io IVikius. gad hack of him to his 

steel ami harvester trusts, 

"Tbo virtus of tiu> sober aocond 
thought/' Baentioaad by Prealdenl Tail 

in his speech ut Purrainaitu as being 
tbe poHseaslon of tbe Aiucrlcun people 
la aettlnti mora und more in evidence. 



Ii. n- line Dollav III IS Bottles 

or Improved 

WAHOO 

Cnmpoead Ulood and Nerve T.mie r.n 

35c PER BOTTLE cr 

3 BOTTLES FOR $1 

A remedy tor llheainalism. Dined, 
Htonaeeh, Liver and Kidney TroNblre. 
hi' n»t Inrget tbe price BSe per bottle 
or :i fbr 91. 

JOHN C. PECOR 

Uroggisl Mnysville, Ky. 



. . and wprkliee publiebed in 
n, Dublin, Paris, Berlin, 



Pudaprft, St. Pelerf- 
rt, Turin. Hume. Lisbon. 
. Sydney. Canada, and 

the src«t dues of the 



No one uccueeb the Detnocratlc con- 
vention In New Jeraey of being un- 
BOI BOal 




RICHMOND. KY. 
A Training 



mil, , I,, n ^ 

I • .,.,1, ■<■ ', vl n.. t, 



l>««,r il 

l»«N.rl>. H—nmd T r\ 
■lai.. gut r mm 




School for Teachers 



I If, SUIO IVr 

>. V»MJ Iii all Fu'. k 
<.l k-ulu.lr. Ser.1,1 
rm-m m u .1 B«vl.« 
.. rrt, T.ilil.«rrr*U.A|. 
4»l«««. T» ,11.1 H,.. 

k.«l. *r" e.»u»«ll»«lnlOf buil,|l». 

<tbul. a «, Il «,ul|>^,| 
». rir.lT»rm«>«la,H.i. 
ar II, Tf.el T^ffaa Jaaaarj 
,ar ,*H)a*vl i|«,i Jaaa If, 



Clt inOR. Hrrallnu. 



\ • 200 host out ol 

■ month, bj • si i.vtcd, 

y c .' V/orld's Evsnts Esen Month 

OAlVtH pftj CARTOOSJS-Followtho 
NS " ai-rl wit^ch the < 



sscb oiher. 1 



s. -option ai.aoi aiNOLacorv te. 

• ..II,' nullnl br aklrraJne tka pub. 
> « I'. !..»**.» iineevCMta&M 

vOUFi NEWSDEALER 




/,f<j?f. 

•S'l"» ra 



ilrrir* 

t* i .'riB 

• I « uST* . • ;i If. inn Jin ».. m 

$ •• „ ; •' 10 p .» _.«J IS, u, 

i i ,' ' 'Ua-HV tl «r.rHbUlida» 

H. S. gLblS, Agvat. 



Chesapeake & Ohio 
J Railway. 

'.' / S.-ii 'iliil.. tffwllve Jim. 

.' lull bul.j el lochaag" 
wlitioul nolioe. 




.TRAINS I.KAVK M A YbV I LI.K. K Y. 



IIVuftiMrit'- 

«: IS a. in.. H 31 a. in., 
1:1,1 p. in .(Jalljf. 

* :S0 a. in . a:(| a. at., 
week daya l.awl. 

t:M i' in.. Utl«, Unal. 



A'lW'.iiril— 
I ,HA p. in., 8:00 p iu., 

10 M 9 m dally. 
V:!W a. ir., dally, local 
|:M a. iu., 6:S0 a- "' • 

wvak-dayt. tooal. 



w. u wianrir, A«tui 








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MAYSVILLE. KX„ TUESDAY. OCTOBER l\ 1912 



UiVA* COPY-ONE CE.S T. 




WBBN the bride w.-ikef up fi>mo mnrnmc 
ami fin. is thai t h " •»" i> >- rlaai irttaoai 

tha authority Of her hu.lnnd fOB can l> t the 
honeymoon la earled, 

Srvr.r .i ponOBI »ero hurt but none son- 
ootly in a h -u<i - on collnoa of xtrcot art at 

riMkfori 



FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE 



MAYSVILLE CITIZENS' EXPERIENCES FURNISH 
(TOPICS FOR MAYSVILLE DISCUSSION 



The following experience OOMfTtd in May.-.- 
villa. A Maynville BlUlM relate* i». 

Similar aipaf tw tl are OOCarrlag daily. 

Maysville ppoj.lw an lu>inc r. lt.>vor>. 

(iettinit rid of d ; xtre**inc, kid .<•>• ill*. 

Trying Dou'i KldaO) Ptltfl lb» tested 
Quaker (MM <!/■ 

Is*y*vill> people Unify, M:i>>v.l!e people 
profit. 

The evidence is home evidence — tho proof 
convlnciri;. 
Maysville testimony li italafall* iriver. 
Maysville .•utTererii ehould Iced it. 

W. K. Lynch. 127 W. Tl.ird street, Mi.y - 
ville. Ky.,n»\>: "Uoan'a kil.,i HIM are a In e 
medicine. 11} aldaojfl arara VMt and Ike 
passage* Ol 'he kidney secret loo* '\--re °e B nty 
and painful. Havlag BaOd DoBB** I I 
Pill* before, 1 again f t a poi and IB»ir u I 
quickly rna'nred ■■ kiiloopi ti> » aotai i ra*« 
dition. I ooatlaaod otiog Dooo% Eldary 
aod they completely roliovsd " 

For sals by all dealer*. Price .V" coal . 
Foater-Mllborn Co , Balfale, Now J rl . .'Me 
ogonts for tka llnltad State*. 

Remember tka Kiiine— Doaa'.— and t'ikn an 
Other. 



No. 7— THE LOANING OF MONEY 



For inatanee, ft merchant or manulaeliurr niny pfOMfl 
fmids from us at legal interim ami ni iIcq two o r cent, or more 
OB the money every thirty days l>y piying npot eaafa for nil bia 
purchase*. It is frequently the ease that tbi* Item of cash dis- 
counts represents the Whole difference between success and failure. 

Many varieties of securities are hccci table to up; and our 
tllieers are here every day— ready to advise with yon, ready to 
nid yon in every way that ia consistent with proper protection to 
nor depmitors; for the absolute aalcty of funds in our cha ce is 
Ibt consider fttiofl of FIRST importance— no elei lent of specula- 
lion ever btiBf permitted to enter into our tran-aciions. 

UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO, 
MAYSVILLE, KY. 



Jflust Pay 
Jfn jfldvatxce 



The PQatoAcf Department hits 
ruled that only bona fidt »ob« 
scriptiona nro allglblt (,> the 
mails as N00Od*cltM matter, 
and that brma lidc mb eripth ni 
are only those paid in adva'nee. 

l'lease heed this ml ice and 
you'll know why your LtPUBR 
is stopped. 




6EM 



M 



"I'he White Rib BOO Special." curryir^ 1 0 
won, en delegates to tho Woman's TVmperati 1 1 
Itolfta Cm vent ion at Portland. Off., fOOCltd 
P. P.. ul. 

RIPLEY BUSTED 



Sinco .'admits Went Out and Default 
01) Electric Light fills 



THE \ T BR. 

Matinee — ' 



Mstlneet dally 2 tn '■>. l.'«-l »liow 
pmmnt'v at 4 for aehenl etilMr-e 



SeliK i,rTer« 

THE HOUSE OF HIS MASTER 

Path* | l 'ientl 

SILVER WING'S . WO SUITORS 

latflaa itory, mill 

■ ILLY CHANG 3 HIS \>> HO, 

One nth -r , ,l platnre « III be gre«e ' 



■tit \ handi aw Ladli i' r (;.'i,u - 
Goi,i Watch » II ha|lvaaaaa) lotba 
ho <ter of the lueky number ou avxl 
IrWay bvodIob, 



I 



Bolt i» brought !.y tin I! pi y 0a>, Ltftkl and 
Coka ffOmftnj agihwt tka Villtft uf Rtetof 

f,ir C.'ll m of tS|864 11. 

Tiie potitioa tiled by Ckoabei Hair,', tie 
tho I'limpany's :itt irney, t.pecitiea that tl is 
Hiiiuunt is due for ilectric lighting for the 
streets of the tou-p. 

TveMill IN pre.-ented— fl.lT'i »;lh i' ■ 

leteM froiu July, and $lj069.1 1 with latt rtM 
from < k9tob*r. 



.'.Hi BiaHpr n.r i.nl.ll.i.llon aiuel In 

IkWMM In iM-fow O » rliM-li n. in. 

— a— « 

FIRST GRADE 

Or Clerical Examination at Mays 
Vine, Ky.. on l : «bruary J, 1913 



The I'nited Sla.ei Civil Service Commission 
annoonceri an i ximinalion at the placj and oo 
tbe date m ntioned ah ve to MWt •llntkkM 
from ah ch to mik* POTlUottloO to III vjraf 
tkM i'l first grade, or clortcal, ptsitions in tho 
Custuins BofVlOO, ll the pooitloM "f deputy 

ool lector, ck-rk, itorokropar, (aixor, and 

ItorekOOPOT'tmCOf .in t'a> Iiiternal ROTOOIO 
Service, lii tho poriii.nof oS«0 deputy mar- 
sbil, and in other lirtt grade and clerical pOaf, 
tione th.it rupiire simihr qMtilfaUoM, as 
they may occur in ih • Uailod States ttlMlted 
iervico in the city aani-d or its vicinity, unless 
it shall be decided in the inlere-l i f UM ser- 
vice tn Hindi vacjneies by reinstatement, 
traotfer or proniotior. 

Ag- limit, 18 years or over on the dile of 

tsiaiutlot.l 

This examination is DBtl to all eltkWM of 
the fJoHod Sta'es Oka c.iiply with the re- 
qolroBoMto. 

For Mplioatloi Porm 11171, adlrt-ss the 
accre'ary of II;.- hoard of runiinefs at the 
customhouse or pootofloo at the place oamtd 
abov.>. 

No i.pplica'i >n ar,li bo areeplo] unless prop- 
prly OMOQad 0"d tiled ia complete form with 
the diotrirt aeco- J 

KlJJOM T. Plt.\TT,iN. 
L-cil Secretarr, Sixth Civil Service IMalrict, 
Mayovl I*. K r . 



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Will Add Hundreds of Dollars 
to the Market Value 
of Your Property 




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House Exterior 



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I'AINl* und secure a beautiful, 
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Porch Floors and Steps g^SSS 

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Screen Doors and Windows {^fjJiJj 

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Will not fill the mesh. Saves your screens and your 
pockctb ok. 

Barns Stables, Outbuildings JjEjfJj 

vrith our Pec-Gee DARN PAINT, red or jjreen— white 
ti.inmin^L, u.uke a pretty con.b.n itMML 

If tin. the Dig Tour Formula Metallic Paint gives 
the best and longest service .U leas* cosL For 
ahiirdes CREO-STAIN can be brushed or dipped. Soaks 
in and preserves the wood-.. doubles the life of the roof. 
Comes in 19 beautiful colors. 

Cnnrr^fp ArVorlr f)ri oeU** anc * porch floors and 

LAN1TE (dull or i'l,.- ) prevents dampness, staining and 
disintegration. Adda greatly to the appearance of concrete. 



Roofs 



Interior Walls and Ceilings |ft 



)on t paper 

... or 

before you do-.-invesri^.ite Pee-Gee FLATKOATT, the 
velvet finish that is being widely used in place of paper. 
It a better, and L.aia three limea aa long. 

Inside Floors !' ' na,urn ' T in of 'myTm 

• «ww. 9 ||aj I,,-, n preserved, use FiXALL 
VARNISH. Cornea in light ouk, darl< oak, mahogany, 
cheny. walnur, etc. If you.- Room arr. badly worn, scuffed, 
alained or spotted, better use ADAMANT FLOOR 
PAINT, Di ies hard overnight with a high polish. Comes 
ir. nine beautiful c il^.s. Euuv t<i apply. PEE-GEE Floor 
Wax ioi l.ardwojj 1!oom. PLX-Gti: Crack Filler for 
fjliiiitt cr&ckts 



Furniture and Cabinet Work 

lightly with fine pumice and water to remove spots or 
rjrenae ndhei ing---theti varnished with a high-grade 
Cabinet Varnish such as our IMPERIAL PRESERVATIVE, 
Don't ujc common furniture varninh or you will ruin 
your surface. In cue a dull, rubbed cried ia wanted 
us>c our Fslko Flat f inish. One coal suffices. 

Re-Staining Furniture ^ SktXS 

(Oak. Mahogany, Cherry, etc.) obtained by use of I IX 
ALL— the perfect varnish slain. Stains and varnishes in 
one opention. Simple and easy to use. If Mission 
Finish ia desired use Pce-Gee DYS TAIN. 

Pee-Gee No. 23 Varnish 
Remover will take off 
old point or varnish down to tho bate wood where work 
ia in condition to require this. 

ICifrlion Flr»r»ra r,n D< * pointed with ADAMANT 

lvucnen i loors puooR paint. Drie. over 

night with a hard, tile-like surface. Try our Yellow or 
Diab-.neither thows the dirt readily. 



Removing Old Paint 



Pantry Shelves £ 



with BLUE RIBBON FAMILY 
brightcua and makes cheerful. 



ould be made sanitary and 
»y to clean by painting them 



can DJf pal 

PAINTS. 



Lightens, 



CAR- 
I'AIM 



WlVLw Plial** Enamel white with Pee.Cee CHINA 
VV lCKCr V^nairS KNANIF.L.-.or stain a pretty mission 
color with PccGec DYSTAIN. 

Porch Chairs and Swings ftXgT 

is best; II colors to select horn. 
R J» lli<MOM Ml ^ wonderful improvement Can be made 

oainroom hy u , ing Pee . Gpe CH1NA enamel. 

Rcceinblca u white tile finish---hard and glossy. 

Radiators ^ 



aluminum enamel 

COLD-LAK will not tarnish. 



Chandeliers and Grate Fronts 

EGYPTIAN BLACK ENAMEL— BERLIN Bt-ACK 
(wrought iron finish) or the GolJ arid Aluminum L. uuel 
ineiitioned above, uro suitable. 



•**> PEASLLE-GAULBERT CO, 



Louisville, Ky. 



FOR SALT: BY 

RYDER PAINT STORE. 



ricw River Steamer 

The Ksl steutn r. I Of (J,ie>-n, i* neating 
c implctioa upon Ik* rlf *f grade at Ironton. 
Captaio Buy eaya slo- wol B01 he brnoght into 
service uoliin the wat or get* hh Iiiw tha Grey- 
hound li OgtOtl of service. The now boat la 
to be una uf tha mist graceful to appear in 
MWffMrt, The wheel is to be adjmted. 

PUPILS MUST ATTEND SCHOOL 

The Ccunty .School Hoard bel l a aes«lon S.il- 
urlsynn l rn-'ived reports regarding the at- 

tendmce of tupils at the variooa schools 
IkrMghMl <lo- county. A number of teach- 
er* reported th^t every child in their districts 
boiWOOO the ag-^ of 7 and 1U vrai altendinir, 
while in other* the ptMfMlfl »»« hardly 1>0 
p r cer t. The Boot 1 directed Mi** Yancey to 
send a c ipy of the rompul*nry school law tn 
tb) parent* of th.*e children and in*i*t upon 
the U* beini; DOOlpllod with. It is their IsV 
t <nti"n to have ev, ry chill in Mason countyl 
he: ween the ibotO ago* euriilled in some 
school within th-> nex 1 . thirty day, and if the 
piretit* f.nl to hi^d the warning wurrunl* w,l 
b i#*u»d for Heir I mot, 



THE PASTIME 



TONIGHT ONLY 



FILIAL LOVE 

A ilrstna In lv>o psrt*. 
Eclair. 
SWEET ALICE BEN BOLT 

Tills plsy Is hlalily Inlereltlng 
hup. 



Nniu- IMiirlven nssy hrlosy evening, 
November IMIi, IVI2. S«ve vour 000 



CARLOAD OF 



POTATOES 

WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW 

M. C. RUSSELL CO. 



KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO. 



Now Locstntl st MM % 

Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets, 
Maysville. Ky. 

Is dow ready for binine**, with a corps of efflcital Bn-hitecto, 
etiKincera, etc., with comppti nt workim-nxhip. tieat of materials, 
and will contract to build tfOffl the very Htnallc*t to the ureateat 
:i 1 1-li reproof huildinjjw. 



t'olonel Jack Chinn ha* sold his line farm, 



S. B. CHUNN, Manager 



BETRAYED ROOSEVELT 



LaFolleite Maxes the Char.je 
in Magazine Articla 



MaDIMON, Mi-> .Sr nator La Follelte 
cbtrRoi that RoomtcIi orged him to 
lead the pri'^reskive cause and when 
he caw his Candidacy aiicceedinc, un- 
dermined him to :^r.th the pri/.e lor 
himse f. LaFollitti'H Weekly makes 
tliis> nasertion: "After the Colonel'* 
tour of tha West enrly in 1911, 11 says 
LaFollelt's .irticle. "h - deci ltd th.il 

the progfMaivei ihontd put toarlb h 
caaoidata axaioat Talt, that I should 

he that candid ite, invl thai I ibOtild 

^i into tha B< Id at otica an the nataral 

leader and piotitcr ol t lie Progres- 
sives." 

l.aFi lh ih iayi ba was agfttd upon 
al n cootcrenca la V/aabioictOD| hut 

he hesitated. Ila fc.ited the DHOVtOltal 

night be siiiiied to CammlniQrttooae* 
vcit. It was ibortly tbercalter thai 
Rooaavall cai-t his hat into the rin^r 
ami become ■ caodldata. 



WASHINGTON THEATEB 
TON IGHT. 

RANGER'S REWARO 

LoMe, 

TTRJLEAN OOLL 

l',i the 

THE ESCAPE FRO A BONDAGE 

Edlaoo, 

^DMliilON 5 CENTS 



"heonatu*," containirc 2.'!". acres of land, near 

Hiirrod-burif,to Honta Uro?., of Mercer county 

at $155 per acre. 

r • — 

Fall Raspberries Are Here 

sfAOnON, Kllio. —After experimentinK with 
culture of full raspberries, Wich Hathaway h 
reaping the benefits therefrom, lie has been 
picking a hutdred quarts of berries a day, for 
which he has been receiving L'5 cetts per 
quart. He is the first in i >hio to be able to 




OLD 
LLOYD 



• LLANGEFEL8 



Modern Plumbing, Steam 
and Hot Water Heating ! 

Hiuh ijunlity of Gas 'Vork a Hpecialty. 
Handle Only the Best of material. Dealer 
in Brans Valves and Fittings, lias Htove* 
and Biinges, All Mizes ol Sewer I'ipe. 

Maysville, Ky.] 



FARM Buy your Coal Now 

FOR SALE 



ON 



The 23d Day of November, 

Atlo'eliK'k p.m . we will 3lT«r fur MiO to tbe 
li'irhest botaot the old Uofd fsrm ol 

256 Acres 



On tin' S.ilem Turnpike, one .•mil u hnlf IBlb'S 

soiiriie.nt of Qonaaatmra, ka Hoaoa oouoty. 

This fiirin hOO I n In OOMlOOOaJ S »|0000 tOB Of 

tin" Uoy4 foMlly oIwm HM it ii»» had oototal 
ouuMgtMaat, him always hooa » fooiooi loboooo 

form ami i» BOW in a hik-h MoM pfeoltrVoUM, 

This fsrm on l»' dlVHM to OdVOOtOsti Bad 
will Ik- oil, rtit fur ksle In parcels und n» s whole. 
There It » go ••I (WO »tory dwolllaf, a teiiiint 
home*, ul I BBUailBff oalbBlMlaaOi '■aril fDOOi tot 
tMoi poiiinl. i f t, |,aeco. u never failinj and 

owti<dlMHba*od lopply of stock watoti suit feiie 

|B| in (Ood e IBdlUOB, 'Ih,- ataOS l> one sml | 
holt mile. ffOOt I'hiiri'hen anil lOhOOlM or a coil 
IWBBlkO IfcBl MMMtS to the MaMO door. TBil 

farm pays s cot d per cent, fan Ion the ten. mi 

ipOMaaod iodOOtfablO either as an inveitnu iil 
Of BOB home. 

Pi i r irtkof tofonaaUaa apply to Pan n, Ulopd, 

QonaBBtOWB, Ky. 

EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS. 



While prices are down and the supply 
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD 
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines 
will make the supply short and high 
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,- 
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW. 

Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals 
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces 

G. W. McVaniel & Co 





RAVI VOf RVfSR 
KOTIORU WAT 
TIIK It 100 KM r 
BTORKS AltE TIIE 
BIGQRaT 
ADVRRTI8RR8I 
THAT'S WHAT ' 
M AO K I'll i.M UIQ, 



OFFICES 

PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET. 

YOUNG SHOULDERS 

Are easily r.vindedor BtOOPCd and are equally BBlllj itraight* 
mad hy proper shoulder bracaa. Children in acuool 
should he watched and their shoulders kept square and 
straight. Their future health and uselulnt ss may depend 
upon it. We have tbe effective kiud A 

Shoulder Braces 

For youths or adults— both sexes — and, like •varythlOg else, 
we sell t t ni at ri^ht prices. 

DRUGGIST 



Thos. J. Chenoweth, 



Cor. Second ami 
Mutton StO. 



Maysville, Ky. 



Telephone 
No. L'OO. 



THE tests STORE. 



Iff 



Tbd I'rcsident's yacht, Maylliwer, 
with Mr. Tail »nd his party aboard, 
was lot] hound live hours outside of 
Blizzards Bay Saturday. 

Bostmaster tSeneral Hitchcock Sat- 
urday placed an ordar Un 80,000 icalaa 

fur use in tbe parcels post service to 
bo Mtablishtd dan. 1. The acalco will 
cost If77,t)(iti. 

t'bitf W'ilkie ol the Secret Service 
announces the discovery of a new 
MOOteTloil HO National Bank note. 
It is an imitation of the Mesa County 
National Bank ol Grand Junction, 
Colo., and hears the portrait ol Wash- 
ington. 

. . • ♦ — 

W. T. Burns uf IfiqilR has been 
offcre 1 ihehiRhest price fora lUlL' crop 
oo far. He has about 1,000 pounds 
of as fine cigarette tobacco as has 
ever been raised in tbe county, lie 
was offered and rtlattBP'SSc straight. - 
Mt. Olivet Tribune. 



There U iU".-o Catarrh in tttia lOOtOM of tbs 
eoiiniry than ail other dlteaies put lOfOtkOt, and 
uutllthe'last few yearn wa. supposud to he luour 
shle. KoraKreal many year, doctor. pronounced 
It a local dUea»eanil preswUjfjs] looal remedlut, 
and hyoon.tanlly failn,.' tocure with local treat- 
ment, pr olio meed It iiieurshle. .Science bas 
proveu eatarrh to he se.ou.llluiloiisl dUease sud 
tnersforerMqulre mou.li.mlonnltreaMaOBl, Hall's 
Catarrh OOWO, mauuf ACtured hy Y. J.CheueyA 
Co., Toledo, O. , Is lbs ouly uontiltulloual uurr on 
tbe market. It Is taken luternally In dotes from I 
lOdrops to a tuaspoontul. ll sotsdlrsotly on lbs 
blood and uiuoou. turf sees of the system. They 
oflerono hundred dollars for any case. It falls to 
oure. Seud for olreulsrs and tastlnmtlals. Ad 
dresi. P. J. CIIKNEY A CO. , Tolado.O. 

Bold uyDruaelsls, 76#. ■ 

■lake Hall's family PliliteroaasUpatlwa. 



BIG PURCHASE 

Of Fill Footwear enables us to otter a selection of Shoes and Rubbers that will 
please the most critical. Anything in footwear you may desire at 

PRICES LOWER THAN EVER 

Our stocks are complete in every detail. Never before at the very beginning of 
the season have we been able to otter such remarkable values. You don't hear 
anything about the "high cost of living" here. 

You Save Big Money by Buying Your Shoes at Dan Cohen's Big Bargain Shoe Store 

A PURCHASE OF MEN'S NKW FALL FOOTWEAR 

A manufacturer'! need ul oath enables us to put on sale bund-sewed shoes, in the 
very latest toen, at prices less than one-half their true value. S| values $1.99. 

Ladies' Shoes in Tan, Velvet, Gtininetal, Patent; every size, every width; special, 
wondtrlul values ||. $2.49. 

Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leathers and in this tail's newest styles, button 
anil lace. $8 values $1.49. 

Misses' New Fall Footwear in all leathers, regular height and extra high boots 5 , 
values $1.49. 

Misses' and Children's Excellent School Shoes. Lace and button In gunmetal 
and Vici S2 values 99c. 

Men's High Grade Shoes in Tan, Qunmotal and Patent; made in this season's 
newett models, including the new raised toe, and the low receding English style. SSI 
and .S.*) values $249< 

Hoys' New Fall styles in all leathers, S;{ values SSL 111. 

Men's Dress and Work Shoes In all leathers, plain toe or tip. $2 oO values £ 1 49 
Hoys', Youths' and Little Gents calf and satin calf shoes. JN5— values 99c. 
Children's Vici Kid and Tan, button and lace; wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6. 85c 
values 49c. 

ALL KINDS OF FELTS AND RUBBERS 






D4N COHEN 



W. H. Means 
Manager 






STYLEPLUS 
Clothes 

fhe Same Price the World Over 



$17 



Nowhere else I* there tab. found • line oi 
cloth**, *ult* and overcotti thst la io fall of 
character, fine workm»n*hip, ttordy, haodanme 
fabric* tad clean-cut *tyle*— at auch a price. 
I he man who outfit* with Styleplu* Clothes baa 
the beet that modern tailoring faoiltiea produce 
for tb* money. We *ay tbi* without the 
allllhtetl fear of contradiction. Our moat 
earnest and conecienlloun competitor* ac- 
koowleige the unusual quality of tbeae gar 



See Display of This Guaranteed 
Clothing in West Window 

Ceo. H. Frank & Co. 

Maysvilk's Foremost Clothiers. 



MAtbVlLLM. Mr. 




MRS. LARAMORE 
TELLS JROIBLES 

Lady In Goodwater Describes Her 
Distressing Experience and 
Tells How She Was 
finally Keiievea. 

Oood water, Mo.— "Ever since I was 
t little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore, 
"I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia. 

I suffered misery after eating, and had 
terrible heartburn. 

I thought I had to suffer this way as 
long as I lived, but when I began to take 
Thcdford's Black-Draught, in small 
doses, every night, the heartburn waa all 
gone in a few days, and 1 could cat 
without distress. 

I took two small packages in all, aad 
although that was some time ago, the 
dyspepsia has not returned. 

I speak a good word for Thedford's 
Black- Draught whenever I have the op- 
portunity." 

If eating causes distress, we urge you 
to try Thedford's Black-Draught. II 
cleanses the system, helps the stomach to 
digest its food, regulates the bowels, and 
stimulates the liver. 

It acts gently and it without bad after- 
effects. Try it. Price 25c. 



latest Markets. 



Followlnt are tali moralag a qaotaltoni on 
oonatry produce .telephoned at 9 o'olook by K. L 
*Unohe*t«r,Man»K*rof tb* K*y*t 

1*1 OJmpaur: 

IcM.IomoIT, p.ruoaea ii) 

Butter >»i 

Turkey'. Ml 



Hee*,« ».. 

Springer*, IH Bleach., 
Old Rooiter* 



t" 

...Its 

... 5> 



M AT I* V 11,1,* H* TAIL M A HKKT. 



Mr. A. C. Carr i« (pending eereral day* in 
Lexington on buaines*. 

Councilman J. C. Ererett ii a brtlosr* 
Itor Id Cincinnati t oday. 

Mil. Tbomai A. Keith and M'.<. liar .ha 
Power are ipendiog the day in Cinclnna'i. 

Miaa Jennie Cole Rudy of Forent srenus ; • 
visiting her brother, Mr W. C. Rudy of Ports- 
mouth, 0. 

slits Jeseie Power* of Augoala i« thechsrnv 
iog gueat of Mi .h Uarguerite Downey of Corn- 



Una — HcAtee of Second street l« vltiting 
friend* io Georgetown, 0. 

Mr. aad Mr*. Rice of Lsftnsa. 0., bare re 
turned home, after a pletaent visit with Mr. 

and Mr*. Rufua Slmona of Fortel arenoe. 



Me«ar* Leslie Bradbury and Walter CoWlo 
of Auguata were calling on friends io May? 
t Ilia yeeterday. 

Mr. i.v.m Hoeflicb of Eldred, Kloiida, it 
viaiting hi* pareote, Mr. and Mr*. U. K. 
Hoeflicb of the Ki*t End. 



Mr. and Mr*. George Motch of Middleaboro 
are «i«iting the lattai's aider, Mr*. Jame* H. 
Hall of fttt Second etreet. 



Secooi 



ir. and Mr*. Prank Burgoyne of Eait 
econd atreet are viaiting Mr. and Mrs. A. N. 
Hoff of Huntington, W. V*. 



Mr-. R. V Newell of Lee atreet h home 
after ao exteoded viatt with her ei*ter, Mr*. 
Plummer, at Champaign. III. 

Mr*. Jame* R. Kinaalla baa returned to ber 
home io C'&c onati after a pleasant viait with 
her sitter, Mr* Will McDon ough. 

Mi** Mary L. Wilton of Limestone atreet, 
delegate to the State riuiduy achool Conven- 
tioo, will leave for Paducah tomorrow. 

Mr*. W. C. UM of Duluth. Mioo., I* vioit- 
Ing her parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Jame* W. Fitz- 
gerald of Eaat Second atreet, Fifth Ward. 



New York Giants Defeat Boston 
Bean Eaters 

New York, October 14th.— Fighting Io lb* 
laat trench, the New York Natiooal* repuls-d 
the onio<b!ng Boeton Americana today and 
asnt them back Io defeat by the no >re of 6 to 
2. in the aixth game of the world'* aerie*. 

A victoiy for the Red Sox woold have 
carried with It the title of world'* champion* 
of 1912 and when "Kobe" Marqoard walked 
off the Polo ground* ibl* afternoon with hi* 
second triumph over Roaton tacked away io 
fix sleeve of bia pitching arm, New York took 
hope that the Giant* might be able to capture 
two more game* and bring the title to tbi* 
city. 



Goaloll, headlight, V gal 1 lit 


O 




Co(Tee,y 9)..., 


»6 




«0 


Golden Syrup, ft gal 


85 


u 


40 


Mola**e* , new orop, V gal 


N) 


u 




Molaaie*, old crop, *> gal. 

Sorghum, fancy new, B gal 








4U 






Sugar, yellow, fj it, 


Hi- 




Sugar, extra, C, V » 


(,\<tt> 


7 


8uirar, A., B 9> m 


7 


u 




Sugar, grauulated, V •> 


1 


«» 




Sugar, powdered, B 9>_ 


10 


• •• 




Sugar, New Orleau*, B B> 




• •* 




Teaa,y 9) 


SO 


U I oo 


/ V, . f i . i . . j 'I'll ( ' I u ft ' y I^otiace . 




Apple*, dried, B 9) 


••• 


Ui 




Bacon, breakfaat, V *• 


20 


aw 


Bacon, olear*lde«, B t> 


15 


<a 


IT 


Baoon, Ham*, B 9> 


17 




JO 


Bacon, shoulder*, B 9> 


10 


Q 


II 


Hp ant , B gal. 


50 




55 


Butter, B g* 


30 




■ 


Kag*> B doi„ m. 


30 


at 


St 


Floor, Jefferton, i> obi ■ 


«.0U 


& 




Klour, Alpha, B bbl 


5 7* 4J 




Perfection .... ••„••*...«... • 


A 50 






Klour, Graham, B «aok 


«0 


& 




Horatuy ygal„ mm 


SO 






Honey, B n , mm 


15 


4* 


ao 


Lard, B ft> 


IS 


<A 


15 


Meel.B peck «. 


80 






Potaloet, B peck 


V> 


at 




Young Cblokeo*, y r> 


IS 






A pple* , table. mhm 


90 


46 


19 


Itananat, B dozen - 


II 


& 


■ 


Lemon*, B doien 


40 


a 




Llmea, V dozen 


so 






Plneapplea.can, i load 


to 


SI 




Ca.lfornla Orange* 


90 


© 


40 



Mr. aad Mr*. Terrarce ?. Mackey arrived 
home Saturday from their bridal trip. 

We're Ready Now 

With evary facility for offering you your 
fall wait or overcoat, tailored in masterly faeh- 
lon. A wealth of the richrat wonlena In all 
the newest tbading*. Hitched into *ui:« and 
overcoata by f Xpert* to meet your phonal 
r.uuirement*. CoSM || an l tiamlo* oaf line. \ The E. R. Webster CO. oTaKaTtl. 

CRBIGHBAUd A DALY, 1 



If It's ROOKWOOD 

It's Good COFFEE 

There'* oeveral sr»d. •. Uiat be «ure It'a Rook wood 

30c to 40c Per Pound 

One pound package*. One pound oana. All 
grocers. • 



CINCINNATI MAK.KF.TS. 

CtaciNNATl, Oct. 14, 1913. 
VatlU. 



Inning*— R. H. E 

Ko«ton 0 20000000—2 7 3 

New York 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-5 11 1 



Salppera 

Ultra m« 

Butoher Blear*, extra . 

Good to ouotce , 

Common to fair. 

Heifer*, eitra 

Good lochotoe 

Gammon to fair. 

Oow), extra mum 

Good to oholoe 

Common to fair 

Caanera. _ 

Bull*, bologna 

Kxtra. 



... W X><U.W '"' 

17 OUttlH UO 

. . *7 '■>.*. IS 
....IS 10317 50 
....14 3j«(l5 85 
... M (UtuvOti 50 
....95 utilK 75 

,..ss swaaft u 

. 95 2.V»95 IS 
. ..94 •l.titts 00 

....i'j ivaai w 

,„M «Q*3 50 
...91 50«t95 15 
....95 I5®tr> 26 



The world'* aerie* oow ataada: Boston, 3 
games won; New York, 2 games woo, and one 
conte*t a tie. 

The remaining game* will be played oa 

'4 



gatest Mews 

I'pwards of 1400,000 w*» spent in 
the efforts to nominate Wilson, Har- 
mon and Underwoad. 



CobVafBtA, Ky., October 14th. — 
Former Lieutenant Governor J. H. 
Hiudman, 75, died suddenly at bis 
home in this city at 8 o'clock this 

morning. 



aati Uundayed here with Mr. and Mr- Frank 
Cockrell and sister, Miss Ada, af last Sixth 
atreet. 



Foreat avenue, yesterday, 
to Illinois. 



He wai en ruute 



Mr*. KS»ka9i II. il .r i of Broadway street 
Sixth Ward, left this morning for Ripley, 0., 
where *be sill spend a week visiting relatives 
and friends. 

Ur. Roal Newell, member of Fire Company 
No. 1, left this morning for Culumbus, 0., to 
epondpart of bia vacati ,a with his brother, 
Mr. William Newell . 

Mr. and Ur*. William F. Hall of Forest ave- 
nue left this morning for Lexington oo a visit 
with his nephew, Mr. Gay Strode. From Lex- 
ingtoo they will tour Centml Kentucky in Mr 
Strode'* touring car. 

CROP REPORT 



Shows Corn, Tobacco ant 1 Other 
in 

Shape 



Mr. and Mrs. William McBenry of Cincin- The Ve9tr y °' Chrigt Church C * th ' 

edral, at Lexingtoo, tbe resignation 

ol Dean William T. Capera of tbe 

Cathedral, w<4 accepted after Mr. 

Mr. Omar Jirdon of Flemiogaburg was tbe Capari made it knowo that he had 

goeat of h 1 * aunt, Mr*. William Rayborn ol , . , 

tinally_ decided to itccept the rector- 
ship of the Church of Holy Apostles, 
I'liiladelpbia . 

Koosevelt called Uovernor Deneen 
of Illinois a liar and a scoundrel and 
a few other thinga, all because the 
Governor refuses to tollow tbe craxy- 
borne nutioua of a demented bull- 
dozer. Deneen declares that Colonel 
Roosevelt's statements regarding bim 
are without truth or justification. 

today's Dews 

Pennsylvania Women's State Fed- 
eration meets at Williamsport. 

"Bath tub" trust case comes up in 

the United States Supreme Court. 

.* *j ■ 

President Taft and Secretary Meyer 
will review 15 miles of United States 
warships in the Hudson Kiver, New 

York. 

Chairman Hilleaof tbe Republican 
Notionall committee will publish list 
of contributions to tbe National cam- 
paign. 

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Sale of the belougings of Jobann 
Orth, Austrian Archduke who van- 
ished 1'2 years ago, takes glace io 

Berlin. 

Proposed changes in tha classified 
freight schedule affecting 242 impor- 
tant commodities will be cousidered 
by tbe Official Classification Commit- 
tee of all the railroads which meets in 
New York to day. 

United States Supreme Court cal- 
endared to bear case iuvolving the in- 
dictmant of William K. Braeae and 
Joseph E. Dickereon tor alleged con- 
spiracy and eanbeasleueni froaa tha 
N fci t loii *%1 <0t%s k of A o d tv i lit, BC • 0 • 



Kat bulla 95 UU©a& 75 

Extra 10 0OQ10 50 

Fair to good ■ I* 5n*lo is 

Common and larg* 9* 60O10 00 

llogi, 

Haavyboga. -.18 UKW 15 

Packer* aud butcher* IV 05&9V 15 

Mi.: packer* 98 SAOIV 06 

Stag* 94 50Q97 05 

Heavy (at aowa 95 bu^lH Si 

Exua IS 8*«S.... 

Llghtahlppara 97 to^lH SJ 

Pig*, 110 pound. audl.M.94 UO^T « 
Sht*p. 

tltfaVB,. W i l *4^,f.t (V) 

Good to oboloa 93 OU<t9J Bt 

Common to fair. 91 24*J92 75 

Lambt. 

Extra. ... 

Good to obole* H 50090 75 

Common to fair. 94 5u©S<j 25 

Yearling. 93 90©Sl » 

HA«af. 

No. I red I Wftl o« 

No.Sfod ,., , IW«*>I 01 

No. 4 rtxl *• 7V<[5 H 

Corn. 

No.IwhlM 9 71 09 n 

Ho. 9 yellow ft» «J 70 

No. 9 mixed «• «J 70 



HlKORr.K t'KFIUHHtl'V, 

Kit ank Daly ) 

Clothe* or quality. 

Over Pec.ir'* DrugMort. 

I>ry cluaning and ptssalng. 

Gjod* called for and delivered. adv. 

BAPTIST CHURCH MEcTING 

The revival service at tho First lliptiat 
Church last »v.>nitig were the 9991 y.t fr SB a 
ppirilual vieap .in'. 

Dr. Perrynun pre*, lied it v. ry xtron« »er- 
men from Gene.i* 7:1. mhi.-h win given the 
undivided attention of the aajolaaM 

The choru* choir 999S old tongs th»t are 
fjmiliar and tbe asa g fafatiaa can j jin in 
•ingiig 

Tbi* »fternoonDr. IVrrjnnn wiil tpenk on 
"Tho Journey of fa>a Mas." T.might hi* tub- 
will be "if God s^vo* [J* Dm iij f/aal la 

U*a I' " 

There wat one addition to the thurcli last 
night. 




hannkv - urmooooo. 

Mr. Carl Hanney, ng-d K, nn I Miss Ani.ie 
L'vinggood. aged 21, of II Of at Sg CI try, 
Nichola* county, were m .rri. d in the t' luolv 
Clerk'* office yeat-rday m iming, .l iige \V. B. 
Rice ofliciatint;. 

WAUtll- I'KlJt;. 
Mr. John Wbl*h. aged 18, of UuyMick. and 
MUl Elva Mae I'egg, ug- 1 23, »f Moran: l urg, 
ill wed in tbi* rlty today. 



PHYSICIAN! 
OPTICIAN! 



Your phyiciao can treat succ^sfully 
all ordinary eye dieeage*. If an 
nporaton I* necefsmy he will refer 
you to a i:r W, tpecialiat in eye tur- 
gery. When glatnea are ntcea**ry 
he will advise you to e*e tbe skilled 
optician, one who knnas glasses from 
A to '/,. lie will tell you to go to 
Simpson because he know* that tha 
man aha tpecialixe* is the one to 
consult about hi* speciilly. 

J. A. SIMPSON, 

P)Sa*MMI Floor First National Hank. 
MAYSV1LLK. KY. 



FOR SALE 

The Best Proposition in Mays- 
ville For the Money 




New Fall and Winter 



Goods Are Here 



The atock ol Wo .1 I>rc«a Oootf* U larirer than uaual. Many arei l)ayliia> 
• fr>w yard* ol Knodaand luakliig; a house tlrcaa at i>nr-thlrd the prion or a, 
ready-to-wear. 

Hllka of nnnaual l>eanty null atyle, not a thousand plajsjtst, t>ut the cboloe 
or that many aeletaed with caro ft>r you. 

Trlnuiilntra In streat variety and reaaonable In price. 

Beat hoalory In America. Get the HiM-lllch hahlt. Ktiy your hoalery 
here and nave many an unpleaannt moment. 
Very apeclal Itaritalna In (llovea. 

7»c huya oholoe or a lot of OtOwtM al warn $ I and 931. 3n a pair, 
all fit* ouyn choice ofa lot of Ion* Kid Olovea worth up to «f>:» a pair. If 
your BtM la here, you will «. t the i>ar K ain or your life In thta sale, 
tllovea llttetl. 

A great atock or neweat neckwear and novelties. 

IVttleoata at very attractive prices, that are more than worth the price. 
Nevemher fashions are here. 

You cannot afford to miaa the Thanksirit in K llealirncr. now here, only 

1 ^# LOII^N* 



ROBERT L HOEFLICH, "ffi 



213 
Street 



Mits Cassidy of Lexiogtor, who was the de- 
ightful guest of the MktM Qualntasce of 
Forest avenue, ht* returned home. 



people's Column 

* ' fy '•'«W'J/C/ rasaeadi r"Jf*rji 

— — — — — — Wanted," "HUuati 

mianat," " Caaf" ami "rnund." ami not aaeaaaltaf 
tnrrellnet fa ir»,ith. are nWfeait 
ts* >., ixasaataaa **tvwf49a*awa**ai iii«-.iv.i 

WtlBMMil f 

If aM4**af* fall t-t romr th« tint tlm*, \re invtlr ax 

71'iiiv r*99jfaJtsa* ae* «*rr*.-,iryf<» aataei ataaS *. m 
taaarfi** /ur. ir« ir**A safav^taatrs to fnt that thr\, 

rr not tmjtoiUig M «■ '.y utina our frit column*. 
Adrrrtltert Mt'nT fttrnlsh catty, u-Ai.-A cw bt 
i.cfl al tto ojlce or irnt bu mail. 

DIN fVMlK LMD9BM, 
Jra. It Awl TOIrd Street. 



Wanted, 



AdvrttttmrntM undr thit hraitng, not trrertttni 
I 1 ■ ' i> ' . 10 renti each itis* rtivn, or AO mitt a \vt€k. 



G. M. WILLIAMS 

DENTIST 
First National Bank, Fourth Floor 

PHONE 888 



we bare lor sale the Lyoeta property 
in the Fifth Ward. This is an figlit- 
room bOUBS with doable liallf ami 

gooii eellara nodet tbe main purt of 

the house and cistern at I tie kitchen 
door. Lot fionts 108 feet on third 
stint, ronniDI hack 188 feet tn an 

alley. There is all Siodeol fruit on I w traDS— aa army of out iraduata* run 
this" lot. In tbia property you prac W^ir^^^ll^.^i 
t it*n 1 1 y have a turm in the rrnter 01 1 wmk* eompwtas, Write today.' MOLEK BAR 
town. We will give you it hargain in 
this place on easy terms, 

.)ou't overlook the opportunity to 
own tbe he«t home in this city tor the 
money we will ask you for tbia place. 



yy an m 



TliosL.Evvan&Co 

REAL ESTATE 

AND 

LOAN AGENTS 

MAVSVJUE. kV. 



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Mo. 9 white 
No. 9 mixed. 



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tl'iy. 



Frankfot, Ky., October I4tb.— The fol- 
lowing crop report wri ieaued by tbe State 
Department of Agricuhu'*: 

' The crop (aaioa close* with corn main- 
taining it* iplendid condition of 94.1 per cent. 
Froat bra injured the late coon to soma ex- 
tent, especially in Wester a Kentucky, wbera 
tha Hooded eondilioae deliyed planting lest 
spring. However, Kentucky will have ao uo 
usually good coin crop, of splendid quality, 
coaaideriog the d'tadvantage* the farmers 
had to contend with In Ihe early part of the 

aaasaw, 

"lodlaalior t point lo the planting of tbe 
utoal wheat crop, 48.1 per cent being *owo 
October lit. The weather ht* been oneiually 
favorable for leading lince that date, and the 
average crop will be aowo. Sixty-one and 
one-tenth par coot, of rye wat in tbe ground 
Outober 1st. 

"Burley tobacco it curing aica'y a* a rula, 
akowlng a condition of !M H per cent. He 
port* *how that tha crop will ba light lo 
•eight, fine io texture and bright la color. 
Dark tobacco is *'*.> doing wall, a coaditioa of 
91 it per oaat being .hows so far a* curing la 

i* CDltilUl " * 



No I timothy. 917 n«<aj917 ro 

No.9tlmothy .91* &<>it»9l« W 

No. 9 timothy .919 tgaBSK 00 

No. I olover lis 00(39l< UO 

No. I olover mixed 915 hO&W 50 

No.Sotover mixed 9IS S0O814 .V) 



Our Colored eitizens* 



Mr*. Suaan Morton of F.irett ivenue wes 
taken suddenly ill Friday with sttbma and for 
a time her life bung In the balance. She i* now 
much belter and with careful stteotion ber 
apeedy recovery is hopsd for. 



WISCONSIN 
WOMAN'S 
FORTUNE 

Freed From Pain, Weakness, 
Terrible Backache and De- 
spair by LydiaE. Pink- 
ham's Compound. 



Coloma, Wis. - " For three years I was 
troubled with female weakness, irreg- 
ularities, backache 
and bearing down 
pains. I saw un ad 
vertisementof Lydia 
E. Pinkham'a Vege 
table Compound and 
decided to try it 
After taking several 
bottlea I found it waa 
helping me, and I 
must aay that I am 
perfectly well now 
and cannot thank 
enough for what Lydia E. Pink 
am's Vegetable Compound has done for 
me."— Mrs. John Went land, R.F.D., 
No. 3, Box 60, Coloma, Wis 

Women who are suffering from those 
distressing ilia peculiar to their sex 
should not loae aight of these facta or 
doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's 
Vegetable Compound to restore their 
health 

There are probably hundreds of thou- 
aanda, perhapa milliona of women in the 
United SUtea who have been benefited 
by this famous old remedy, which waa 
produced from roots and herbs over 30 
years ago by a woman to relieve woman 'a 
suffering. If you are sick and need such 
a modi cine, why don't you try it T 

If row want special advice writ* to 
Lydia E. I'lnkham Medlrijte 
deatUl) Lynn, Mass. \ Jkr 



Established Reputation! 

For salfty and j;oi>d methodfl should stirtdy be 

considered in 1 1»<; selection of a Hank. The State 
National is seeking your Business. 

CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE. 

The State National Bank 



llCli i Ul.i.CCiC. Ciiirlnouli 



. rill «t 



UF ACTIO— WOMAN tO uo washinu- 
Alfin a waitress for rt'Hiranritiit. Apply 
to MANHATTAN KKSTAf RANT, Sec ond sttowf. 

WANTKD - SSOOSD HAND CLOTHIMJ - 
Kur liuih turn and women; overcoat*, 
lailiet" cln»k», underwear, white undemkirU, et<:. 
Alto will buy SSSafottOi I'laokett and atieet*. 
Will call at I. - J. II. IIKAD1 OKU. 41 Katt 
Kront atreet. °l'hone 445. lanl ly 

SKWINO -Apply to :lll llviule 



fJLTACTBD- 
TT alley. 



mSI IT MAOKBV TUANMKCR COM PAW 
1 »iil move mivliinir any lime *Dy place. 

Ofltoo O a ot a ii W. Uhlld* staaf ttund. 4 wool Boo- 

■nid Btreet, Maykville, Ky. 'Phon» U.S. JeS ly 



Fot Jala 




.ldirfHm.l/l tri'/rt thtt \rna I up, »i 
tt« li**t. to eentt rach i*ner/,#u o* 50 er 


eicee<l\ni 

ut a week 


LlOB BALI BBUBOOM si IT- laf< 
97 an. 1 two rocking cliairn. Apply a 
Third ktree>. 


i.ixl iHhle 
t 991 Cast 
□0119 lw 


E10R SALS- UABY1 COLLAP8IBLI (JO 
r 1 UABT— Uall 'pboao lu». 


For Rent 


AdvcrHnnentt MMMW "l<4 KetuHng.not ricreA\n% 
If* /u.ri 11 ccntl ** i btSaWfSWi " r io ceiUt a week 



Daily 
Meat Market! 

W. A. Wood & Bro. 

No. H'Jll Mnrkat street 
PhrawSSt, MAVSMLLK, KY. 

(lo liuilneas :tu Year*.) 

WE PAY FOR 

Green Beef Hides 12c 

Veal Calves, No. 1 ... . 9c 
Beef Tallow, No. 1 ... . 7c 

Country Bacon 16c 

Country Hams 18c 

Country Shoulder 14c 

\V« have tur itorc room and tlauKhforlnK 
boats in the bast taaltarr condition of any in 
Ihe cliy mid we invite looal, date or aoverumaot 
laapoetloa. WO buy tba l,e t t .tuck on ihe mar- 
ket and sell at UtS lOWOSI prlo**. 

We Want 
Butchers' Stock and Hides. 



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Starlight 



|JH>| III NT- UOOaS— Wllb live Mum and 

r aod oollafi water ami gas la boa«e, Aypl) 

t ) PaBD W. llat'Klt. Ill) Went Tnird »lr« et. cm iM 



Ij^dH BBKT— HOI sK-Of live roonn 0 
. 1 lltb ktroot, l.onx yard, wtcter In 
Al>plv to HIIM MAMIC AKt.'IIDI.Ai n.V 



u Katl 

hi 



M.iysvil.e, Ky. 



CHAS. O. PFfXRCF, 
President. 



E. T. KIRK. 
Vice President. 



H. C. SHARP, 

Cashier. 




sunn - 




and held la strict e*» 



Daylight Window Displays 

at Night 

It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win- 
dow displays are uader the pure white rays of 

ELECTRIC LIGHT I 



A well-dressed window properly illuminated is 
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours at- 
tractive. 



MAYSVILLE GAS CO. 



aCoMl. 

1 

I OST— TKRRIKR- fore while female hull ter- 

1j rtovj nata* Baow, i.. ^ ! ir remrued to 
1 'OKA HUSFMAM, Bo. :ilo Lexlnntoo pike, city. 

sails lw 



..I -in. ,»..ti • • Mil t«w4HI( »->*•»!•£» '"r*v 
:i.t oUte v ri4.'i N uti fw kith iSa cepf 



OBT— LBTTBB— Oa 
i day. Keturn tame 



Wed lie 



found. 



44v*rtt—minU rtndtr thu kmtwi inurud /r«*. 
but aSmXtart «<un /uma* itu en. 



Uol'NU lIl'NVHOK KKYS-Naar roal dock*, 
f owner .-an aafS iaini- byralliiix at tin. of. 
rice. OOtll lw 



■2101 NO- HOX t»K MKN'S 1II.AI K HOSB 
V Lofl at our Met* SOVtMl week* huh. Owner 
rail and pro** ihilr property. OOOKB1STBBB, 
Kaat I hird .ireet. 



TIIK LKOOim lewclu in 
nil, M9i i« tl>e fuvorlte »i»i>». 
of the 1 



We Are Better Prepared 

l imn SVtrtbls full to satisfy our ruslomprs. Years 
a«o we adopted I lie method ol fair dealing and wc 
find it 1 n', for toduy our old customera bnve per- 
fpet confidence in uh, We sell tbe kiud o( gooils 
that in*pires 030fldtBOS and we guarantee satisfac- 
tion. We have the nuttiest line of 

SUITS and OVERCOATS 

Ever sold in Msysflltti All the t.ew shades aud 
styles are here. ::::::: 

Our Line of Shoes is Complete 

If you want a good pair of shoes come here for 
them. Every pair guaranteed. : : : . 

New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Hats, Caps, Trunks 
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter 
Underwear and Sweaters 



J. Wesley Lee 



The Good 
Clothes Man 




Northeast Cor* Market and Second Streets. 



Thk OSBAaV JBWBLBI Company. I 
Cincinnati, 0., February 2S.b. 1912. ) 
7.1 ll'Aont Thit May Content: 

Tbi* i* to certify tbal John L. Wslth waa 
employed by me, for tbe Oskamp Jewelry Co., 
11* watchmaker for a conaldorable period and 
during that time hi* work was entirely aatis 
factory and be wa* especially sdept in repair 
ing floe watche* and chronograph*, and it 
give* me great pleasure to recommeod him a* 
a flrat-olat* watchmaker. 

Joski-h W. Bl'KNS, 

Hoad watchmaker for tbe Oakamp Jewelry 
Company. 



WALSH, 



! RawKcs' latest pamrn in 
Cut Glass. j\ fine assort- 
ment of all (be newest 
pieces. 

Also, a full line of Ster- 
ling Silver. 

Chas. W. Traxel & Co. 
Jewelers. 



ii 



Watchmaker 



Esplanade Square 

Maysvillc, Kentucky. 



MARY LOUISE CROSBY 

GRADUATE NURSE. 



TKI.KI'IIUN K 

L.C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE 

Or Parker A Riiey a Slut.le. rhoue 174. 



NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY 
A SWEEPER-VAC 

We have over 230 satitied 
customers who are using this 
wonderful sweeper. 

Phone or drop us a card 
and we will be glad to couie 
to your home and demon- 
strate the Sweeper-Vac. 

We also have a large and 
complete line of high-class 
furniture. 

Come and let us show 
you, 

MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS 
& KNOX, 

Funeral Direc tors and Em- 
balmers. Furniture Dealers. 

207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250 




•^FOR SAlE^er 
Second-Hand Material of 
the /tall House 

Bold by Ua Home Tobacco Oouipaoy. 

C y >UHLIN&CQ. 



Special Request. 

BMT/n aiuwnlnf atlicrtUemml, afprartxg '^**j* 
i-e/umnt ,if tM, i»f»r, or u fi, ,, ;.i» 4 i„ «ec 

Sa s j a Bssal wa>«« aaaoy9lsaaiaai»sw .a« i '>i»*i*iH»»*r. 

•wr r«aa*i < arc i f;*r<o,'Jy r, it a to ,uue 
«m Me aJverfuMMHl in Tub I'i hu 
T%to vUt eott you fuMhl»ti, mnj Ii u lU U fatr/mt* 

Atjf i^th tKj *iiiv€rt I tc r , tit J the ottfittOVk 




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